boring... and my card reader has died, so no photos until I can get the new one. A pity because I have been quite productive today [ and you'll just have to take my word for it ]
The japanese 'peace' quilt top is done. The last sashiko dragonfly was stitched yesterday while I enjoyed the early Spring sunshine, and today I put the top together. Tomorrow is quilt group so I'll either sandwhich the top/ batting / backing OR continue on sewing down the binding on David's Queen sized Deconstructed Log Cabin " Licorice Allsorts". Depends on whether there's enough table room for basting.
I was supposed to do a 4 hour Clogging [ Appalachian Tap] class tonight in Bendigo, but my knee was playing up so discretion being the better part of valour, I stayed home with my foot up and did some knitting: baby wool in aqua for a fine little garter stitch feather-and-fan variation scarf. I think it'd make a nice pattern for anyone who was thinking of making a first step into lace, so I may write it up and post it somewhere on here.
It's a bugger that I can't post any new photos so I'll show you a bit of what Castlemaine looks like. As you can see, it's a typical aussie goldrush era town. Loads of character. If the last photo looks at all familiar, you were probably once a fan of Blue Heelers. A lot of the external photography was done in and around Castlemaine. According to friend Jasmine, those three dormer windows in the roof once housed the local ladies-of-the-nght.